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Missions Monday is designed to expose you to some awesome missions and evangelism stories, resources, and information in the shameless hope that you will be moved to get more involved in supporting and participating in missions and develop a greater burden for sharing the gospel with those around you.


eGV_R_arNTvxDRfS5fmcQyl2GPJQHVN4TpHhKIdbpEwSharing the Gospel During Ramadan– And even though we as Christians know salvation is not by works, but only through Christ, we shouldn’t belittle or mock them for their practice but rather leverage the opportunity to start conversations which may lead to gospel opportunities.


EE-560x374Elisabeth Elliot (1926-2015)– In case you hadn’t heard, missionary and author Elisabeth Elliot died last Monday.



m-header7_kindlephoto-13036238How Can I Be an Effective Witness for Christ?– An effective witness for Christ could be defined as a person whose life bears fruit for the gospel.


Malaumanda Bible Dedication– FINALLY – the Malaumanda people of Papua New Guinea received the printed New Testament in their own language! What a day… after years of hard work, obstacles and tears.



8-resources-for-teaching-missions1Much Ado About Missions: 8 Resources for Teaching Missions– When I began researching for materials on missions to use with our four children (ages 4 through 13) in the home, I was pleasantly surprised by the variety of options available! I’ve compiled a list of favorite finds to share with you all.


medium_9687711282Stop Trying to Make Christianity Popular– We are to be as winsome as possible, but proclaiming the gospel in love and faithfulness (not popularity) should be our goal.


gtb-1No One is Lost Beyond Hope– God will reach to his farthest-out enemies, he will defeat the uttermost human rebellion, but in doing so he does not crush these rebels but loves and converts them into chosen instruments of the good news.